College football has been thrown into chaos with new rules changes.
Players are leaving teams like never before for all sorts of reasons.
But one quarterback was dismissed from his team after an arrest for a disgusting sex crime.
College football is slowly becoming more and more like professional football.
The top-tier coaches get paid as much—or more—than NFL coaches, and now players are getting paid above board with NIL (name, image, and likeness) marketing deals.
The NCAA has also allowed free transfers, meaning players do not have to sit out a year if they move to another team.
However, amid all of the upheaval, Florida Gators quarterback Jalen Kitna was dismissed from the team for an entirely different reason.
Kitna was arrested for distributing child pornography.
From Fox News:
“Florida backup quarterback Jalen Kitna is no longer with the football team after being dismissed…Kitna was suspended indefinitely by the team…shortly after being arrested on two counts of distribution of child exploitation material and three counts of possession of child pornography…Kitna was released from jail Thursday on an $80,000 bond and was ordered to stay away from the internet and minors. Former NFL quarterback Jon Kitna, the father of Jalen, was present in the courtroom with his wife, Jennifer Kitna.”
The shocking arrest came only a few days after Kitna was forced into action after starting quarterback Anthony Richardson was injured against archrivals Florida State.
Florida’s University Athletic Association said in a statement, “We are shocked and saddened to hear of the news involving Jalen Kitna…These are extremely serious charges, and the University of Florida and the UAA have zero tolerance for such behavior.”
Fox News added:
“According to a press release from the Gainesville Police Department, the department received a Cyber Tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC), which led to them finding that two images were shared via Discord, an instant messaging social platform. The investigation led to Kitna’s home, where he admitted to sharing two images but believed them to be ‘legal’ since he found them online. One of those images was of a man having sex with a young girl…A search of Kitna’s electronic devices found ‘three additional images of child sexual abuse material,’ according to the release.”
Kitna must remain under his parents’ supervision until his next court appearance.
There has been heightened awareness against child sexual abuse, especially in light of the Jeffrey Epstein sex trafficking saga.
High-end fashion house Balenciaga was recently in the news for promoting an ad campaign featuring young children holding teddy bears in bondage gear.
the brand "Balenciaga" just did a uh….. interesting… photoshoot for their new products recently which included a very purposely poorly hidden court document about 'virtual child porn'
normal stuff pic.twitter.com/zjMN5WhZ0s
— shoe (@shoe0nhead) November 21, 2022
New Twitter owner Elon Musk has made it a priority to root out the serious problem of child sex trafficking that had been allowed to go on under previous ownership for no good reason.
There should be a zero-tolerance policy across the board for this filth.